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Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Scripture and tradition

Carl Kinbar ends his article by making these statements:

The Messianic Jewish construal of the relationship between Scripture and tradition is in flux. Messianic Judaism is still in need of a conanical narrative that is clear and comprehensive, accounting for Israel's ongoing vocation as a holy people. (Chapter 4, page 70)

Would you agree this relationship is still in flux? Do you see the need for a conanical narrative? Do you think Messianic Judaism has come any nearer to having one that is clear and comprehensive?

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